Steven Cohen writes on Feedster Hacks that all blogs now come with RSS feeds. Is that true? I thought Blogger only used Atom and that there are still other platforms that didn’t offer any feed options. From what I’ve heard, Feedster can handle both types of feed, though much of their documentation is still written […]
Archive for October, 2004
Jon Levell writes about comment spam and how he, as a WordPress user, can monitor comments before they’re posted. He also indicates spam controls are part of other blog platforms. Unfortunately, that is not the case with this installation of Manila other than for us to delete each comment spam by hand. He says Bloglines, […]
or so says a personality test I took, which scored me as an INTP and ISTP equally. I consider myself to be somewhat of an information engineer/information architect. Another INTP I know found this profile to be quite fitting. I don’t think parts of it reflect my personality at all. My bloginality is an INTP.
When I talk about feeds, I don’t really get the opportunity to set people up with an aggregator, unfortunately. I like showing feeds and aggregators because I think when people see them in action, they figure out how they work. Maybe if there’s time during the CE course at SLA, we can do something more […]
Here is the presentation I’ll be giving in a few minutes. Wireless is working, so I should be able to blog live while Garrett, Josh, and Shimon are talking. People asked a lot of great questions during my talk. Garrett’s talking now. I am blogging notes. Addenda 10/31: Shimon Rura created a blog on Frassle […]
Some people don’t understand why I’ve been so worried about comment spam. Some bloggers are content letting it pile up, accpeting it as part of blogging, but I am not. I came across this wiki spam today and realized yet another reason why comment spam is problematic. As a first-time visitor to the wiki, I […]
One question I’ve never really answered for myself or my readers is what the difference between RSS and Atom is. In anticipation of this question coming up in a future presentation, here are some resources about the feeds. I’m a little surprised I couldn’t find information on the difference between Atom and RSS on their […]
Modest, at best, I think.
Christina writes about an article by Bill Ives and two co-authors examining blogs as better knowledge management tools than what’s currently used in corporations. I’m reconsidering blogs as knowledge management tools after talking to someone tonight who set up a wiki to help her better organize certain resources she frequently loses on her blog. One […]
Check out this new blog by Steven Cohen of Library Stuff: "Feedster Hacks is a weblog and directory for the various hacks that have been created with Feedster …" This feed is now in my aggregator. I wonder what other librarians Feedster has tapped … Isn’t there a quote about smart organizations employing multiple librarians […]